Belarusian Footballer of the Year

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Belarusian Player of the Year is a football award given annually since 1983 to the most outstanding Belarusian footballer. From 1983 to 1990 the voting was arranged by the newspaper Физкультурник Белоруссии (Fizkulturnik Belorussii). Since 1991 the voting is held by Belarusian newspaper Прессбол (Pressball). The votes are given by managers, coaches and captains of Belarusian full and U21 national teams, Belarusian Premier League clubs, Belarusian referees, football specialists, journalists and BFF workers.

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Winners

YearPlayerClub
1983
Sergey Gotsmanov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1984
Sergei Aleinikov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1985
Sergey Gotsmanov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1986
Sergei Aleinikov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1987
Sergey Gotsmanov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1988
Sergei Aleinikov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1989
Sergey Gotsmanov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1990
Aleksandr Metlitsky Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk / Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Osijek
1991
Yury Kurbyko Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Dinamo Minsk
1992
Andrei Zygmantovich Flag of the Netherlands.svg Groningen / Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg Dinamo Minsk
1993
Sergei Gerasimets Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg Dinamo Minsk
1994
Andrei Zygmantovich Flag of Spain.svg Racing Santander
1995
Valentin Belkevich Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
1996
Vladimir Makovskiy Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
1997
Andrei Lavrik Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
1998
Aleksandr Khatskevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
1999
Sergei Gurenko Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow / Flag of Italy.svg Roma
2000
Aleksandr Khatskevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
2001
Gennady Tumilovich Flag of Russia.svg Rostselmash
2002
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
2003
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
2004
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Turkey.svg Trabzonspor / Flag of Russia.svg Dynamo Moscow
2005
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart / Flag of England.svg Arsenal
2006
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal
2007
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal
2008
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal / Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona
2009
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
2010
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Zenit Saint Petersburg
2011
Alyaksandr Hutar Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
2012
Renan Bressan Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
2013
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
2014
Sergey Krivets Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov / Flag of France.svg Metz
2015
Ihar Stasevich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov

Voting results

2015

RankPlayerClubPoints [1]
1
Ihar Stasevich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
664
2
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
400
3
Andrey Gorbunov Flag of Greece.svg Atromitos
382
4
Sergey Chernik Flag of Russia.svg BATE Borisov
257
5
Mikalay Yanush Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk
169
6
Stanislav Dragun Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
144
7
Mikhail Gordeichuk Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
75
8
Nikita Korzun Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
67
9
Roman Vasilyuk Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Brest
38
10
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
37

2014

RankPlayerClubPoints [2]
1
Sergey Krivets Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov / Flag of France.svg Metz
658
2
Egor Filipenko Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
332
3
Ihar Stasevich Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
318
4
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
242
5
Mikalay Yanush Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk
123
6
Alexander Hleb Flag of Turkey.svg Konyaspor
96
7
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Torpedo Moscow
75
8
Alyaksandr Karnitsky Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
63
9
Syarhey Balanovich Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk / Flag of Russia.svg Amkar Perm
53
10
Mikhail Gordeichuk Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
33

2013

RankPlayerClubPoints [3]
1
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
879
2
Vitali Rodionov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
399
3
Yan Tigorev Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
159
4
Alexander Hleb Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
147
5
Alyaksandr Martynovich Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar
123
6
Egor Filipenko Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
107
7
Sergey Krivets Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
53
8
Anton Putsila Flag of Russia.svg Volga Nizhny Novgorod
53
9
Stanislav Dragun Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
44
10
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
39

2012

RankPlayerClubPoints [4]
1
Renan Bressan Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
420
2
Vitali Rodionov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
320
3
Alexander Hleb Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara / Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
285
4
Stanislav Dragun Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
235
5
Andrey Gorbunov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
155
6
Sergey Veremko Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
153
7
Aleksandr Pavlov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
116
8
Yan Tigorev Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
98
9
Ivan Denisevich Flag of Belarus.svg Neman Grodno
59
10
Dmitry Osipenko Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk
51
Nikolai Kashevsky Flag of Belarus.svg Gomel
51

2011

RankPlayerClubPoints [5]
1
Aleksandr Gutor Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
414
2
Alyaksandr Kulchy Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar
313
3
Stanislav Dragun Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
270
4
Sergey Veremko Flag of Ukraine.svg Sevastopol / Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
216
5
Pavel Nekhaychik Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov / Flag of Russia.svg Dynamo Moscow
127
6
Anton Putilo Flag of Germany.svg SC Freiburg
112
7
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
108
8
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of England.svg Blackpool / Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
90
9
Sergei Omelyanchuk Flag of Russia.svg Terek Grozny
71
10
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Zenit Saint Petersburg
50

2010

RankPlayerClubPoints [6]
1
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Zenit Saint Petersburg
407
2
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
330
3
Vitali Rodionov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
297
4
Aleksandr Yurevich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
282
5
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of Russia.svg Tom Tomsk / Flag of Russia.svg Rubin Kazan
255
6
Pavel Nekhaychik Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
152
7
Anton Putilo Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk / Flag of Germany.svg SC Freiburg
144
8
Vladimir Yurchenko Flag of Belarus.svg Dnepr Mogilev
129
9
Anton Amelchenko Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
125
10
Aleksandr Martynovich Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk / Flag of Russia.svg Krasnodar
78

2009

RankPlayerClubPoints [7]
1
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
811
2
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Moscow
378
3
Sergey Krivets Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
254
4
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Krylya Sovetov Samara
218
5
Vitali Kutuzov Flag of Italy.svg Bari
65
6
Igor Shitov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
63
7
Syarhey Kislyak Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
58
Alexander Hleb Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona / Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
58
9
Aleksandr Yurevich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
44
10
Roman Vasilyuk Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Brest
38

2008

RankPlayerClubPoints [8]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal / Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona
624
2
Vitali Rodionov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
466
3
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
312
4
Sergey Veremko Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
166
5
Gennadi Bliznyuk Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
94
6
Sergey Krivets Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
92
7
Sergey Gurenko Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
87
8
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Moscow
61
9
Sergey Sosnovski Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
30
10
Dmitri Likhtarovich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
20

2007

RankPlayerClubPoints [9]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal
818
2
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Moscow
314
3
Roman Vasilyuk Flag of Belarus.svg Gomel
246
4
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Russia.svg Torpedo Moscow
153
5
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Tom Tomsk
106
6
Sergey Gurenko Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
92
7
Vladimir Korytko Flag of Ukraine.svg Chernomorets Odessa
44
8
Vitali Kutuzov Flag of Italy.svg Parma / Flag of Italy.svg Pisa
28
9
Vitali Rodionov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
19
10
Dmitri Likhtarovich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
9

2006

RankPlayerClubPoints [10]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of England.svg Arsenal
711
2
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of Ukraine.svg Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk
422
3
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Tom Tomsk
200
4
Sergey Gurenko Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
133
5
Sergei Shtanyuk Flag of Ukraine.svg Metallurg Zaporozhye / Flag of Russia.svg Luch-Energiya Vladivostok
102
6
Oleg Strakhanovich Flag of Belarus.svg MTZ-RIPO Minsk
57
7
Aleksandr Khatskevich Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
42
8
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Russia.svg Dinamo Moscow
40
9
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Russia.svg Rostov
33
10
Aleksandr Klimenko Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk
32

2005

RankPlayerClubPoints [11]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart / Flag of England.svg Arsenal
671
2
Denis Kovba Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
170
3
Vitali Kutuzov Flag of Italy.svg Sampdoria
146
4
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Russia.svg Dinamo Moscow
141
5
Vasily Khomutovsky Flag of Romania.svg Steaua București
122
6
Sergei Shtanyuk Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl
112
7
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Russia.svg Moscow
103
8
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl / Flag of Russia.svg Tom Tomsk
43
9
Roman Vasilyuk Flag of Israel.svg Hapoel Tel Aviv / Flag of Belarus.svg Gomel
37
10
Vitali Volodenkov Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
36

2004

RankPlayerClubPoints [12]
1
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Turkey.svg Trabzonspor / Flag of Russia.svg Dinamo Moscow
637
2
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
483
3
Sergey Gurenko Flag of Russia.svg Lokomotiv Moscow
174
4
Valentin Belkevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
154
5
Andrey Razin Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
108
6
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl
81
7
Sergei Shtanyuk Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl
50
8
Vasily Khomutovsky Flag of Romania.svg Steaua București
30
9
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
25
Yuri Shukanov Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
25

2003

RankPlayerClubPoints [13]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
784
2
Valentin Belkevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
458
3
Timofei Kalachev Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk
246
4
Yuri Zhevnov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
48
5
Gennadi Bliznyuk Flag of Belarus.svg Gomel
33
6
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl
29
7
Sergei Kornilenko Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
28
8
Vitali Volodenkov Flag of Belarus.svg Dinamo Minsk
19
9
Aleksei Baga Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
15
10
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Turkey.svg Gaziantepspor / Flag of Turkey.svg Trabzonspor
10

2002

RankPlayerClubPoints [14]
1
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
559
2
Valentin Belkevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
379
3
Dmitri Likhtarovich Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov
106
4
Maksim Romaschenko Flag of Turkey.svg Gaziantepspor
86
5
Aleksandr Khatskevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
48
6
Valery Strypeykis Flag of Belarus.svg Belshina Bobruisk
41
7
Vitali Kutuzov Flag of Italy.svg Milan / Flag of Portugal.svg Sporting Lisbon
36
8
Sergey Gurenko Flag of Italy.svg Parma / Flag of Italy.svg Piacenza
25
9
Valery Shantalosov Flag of Belarus.svg Torpedo-MAZ Minsk
22
10
Aleksandr Kulchiy Flag of Russia.svg Shinnik Yaroslavl
21

2001

RankPlayerClubPoints [15]
1
Gennady Tumilovich Flag of Russia.svg Rostselmash
360
2
Valentin Belkevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
264
3
Vitali Kutuzov Flag of Belarus.svg BATE Borisov / Flag of Italy.svg Milan
235
4
Roman Vasilyuk Flag of Belarus.svg Slavia Mozyr / Flag of Russia.svg Spartak Moscow
200
5
Aleksandr Khatskevich Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kyiv
109
6
Alexander Hleb Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart
82
7
Vasili Baranov Flag of Russia.svg Spartak Moscow
43
8
Valery Shantalosov Flag of Belarus.svg Belshina Bobruisk
41
9
Vladimir Shuneiko Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
29
10
Aleksandr Lukhvich Flag of Russia.svg Torpedo Moscow
20

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